Super Bowl LVII podcast with Rich Perez: Mahomes takes Chiefs to third Super Bowl; Hurts lots of drive and hard work

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, left, and teammate quarterback Patrick Mahomes check out the hardware after winning the NFL AFC Championship against the Cincinnati Bengals, Sunday, Jan. 29, 2023, at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo. (AP News photo)

On the Super Bowl LVII podcast with Rich Perez:

#1 This Sunday the winningest quarterback in the NFL takes the field again in another appearance this time for Super Bowl LVII (57) Patrick Mahomes has led the Chiefs to the AFC Championship each season since 2018 and to the Super Bowl three times he’s built quite a resume.

#2 Lots of credit has gone to Chiefs head coach Andy Reid who had led the Chiefs to three Super Bowls and coached his way out of tragedy when his son Britt hit into two stopped cars on Feb 4, 2021 seriously injuring a 5 year old girl Ariel Miller. Britt was sentenced to three years in prison for DUI manslaughter. Coach Reid had to overcome Britt’s tragic mistake and has taken his team to multiple Super Bowls.

#3 Talking about the Chiefs general manager Brett Veach he has had the ability to assemble some great talent over the years and inspite of dealing former wide receiver standout Tyrek Hill to the Miami Dolphins Veach has had success with the wide receivers he’s got has six wide outs to choose from.

#4 The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts had to work hard to get where he’s at. Hurts led the Eagles in post season victories over some tough customers in the NFC Division round Hurts and the offense pummeled the New York Giants 38-7 and rocked the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship 31-7. Rich talk about how you see the successes of the Eagles not only this season but in the post season.

#5 Hurts in 15 games in 2022-23 has thrown for 3701 yards, averaging eight yards a throw, 22 touchdowns, and has thrown six interceptions. Hurts has worked hard to get to this point.

#6 Rich you just watched the Pro Bowl in Las Vegas on Sunday the format has changed dramatically from a tackle game to a flag football game, also you have three games in one day with a skills contest wrapped up into it what was the fans response to the changes?

Rich Perez is a Las Vegas Raiders beat reporter for

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